Tai Chi

 

Tai Chi

Tai Chi is a martial art based on the flow of Chi (Life Force), it is often described as moving meditation that promotes physical wellness, balance and self-discipline. It consists of a series of several postures that, when joined together, make up a form that enhances the flow of Chi throughout the mind and body.

USH offers classes in Tai Chi under the instruction of Master Steve “Lucky” Luckingham, who has been studying, practicing and mastering the Martial Arts since the age of five. Classes are held on Wednesday evenings from 5:00 – 6:30 PM. Participants are welcome for all or any part of the 1.5 hours their schedules allow. To realize the full benefit of the instruction students are encouraged to participate in all classes for the duration of the class.

Classes are for all levels and consist of Beginners Welcome, Warm-Ups, Postures and Forms. The emphasis in each class may vary depending on students’ needs at the discretion of Master Luckingham.

Classes are held in 8 week sessions at $80.00 (includes the registration fee). For questions please contact Ginny Hedrick at 860-677-9272.

 

Seated Tai Chi:

For those seeking peace and tranquility and the benefits of gentle exercise for the body and mind. Seated Tai Chi involves gentle movement of the arms, hands, neck, and torso, to the extent that one is able, while seated. You will enjoy the benefits of low-impact exercise.

Classes are held on Wednesday afternoons from 2:00 – 3:00 PM in Fellowship Hall.

The class instructor Stephen “Lucky” Luckingham. Classes are held in 8-week sessions at $80.00 (includes the registration fee). For questions please contact Ginny Hedrick at 860-677-9272.